Alberto Alessi himself tells us this new 'adventure' of Alessi's design. The challenge is bold: a project that intends to resume a series of kitchen accessories from their starting line canonized in the 20, 30 and 40. At the professional level, the normality of these objects has always interested me. It was not just 'normal' because of their daily use. Were examples of an era of consumer society that was destined to disappear: a time to call the pre-design, prior to that in which our homes overflow design objects. Objects that were not part of a culture saturated with perfect products, but were influenced by an almost obsessive attention to the function, the correct methods of execution and production costs, says Alessi. The result of this series with kettles, pans, shaker, fruit basket, can be judged by you after you check the images at the end of the post. The founder of a large and successful family of objects designed by Graves for us in the '80s and '90s, was the first project of an American designer in the catalog. He has pioneered the design play that later characterized the '90s, and thanks to an inspired mix of pop and postmodern language has become an internationally recognized icons of the 80s. Since 1985 in the top of our bestseller list, is one of the objects of which has sold many pieces in our entire history. Born in Indianapolis, he teaches architecture in Princeton since 1962. Among his architectural works, the Portland Building and the Humana Building, the expansion of the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Newark Museum. Kettle for Alessi has created the best-selling 9093. 18/10 stainless steel allessi kettle with handle and whistle for bird in PA. Magnetic stainless steel base. The famous allessi kettle with the bird that whistles when the water reaches a boil, a great success since 1985, represents the meeting point for Alessi between great design and production methods on a large scale, stubbornly sought to meet Michael Graves, using his personal visual code that blends influences from Art Deco to Pop Art to the language of cartoons. This item has been shown in the movie: Crocodile Dundee (Crocodile Dundee, P. Faiman, 1986), Ghost (Ghost, J. Zucker, 1990), Alice (Alice W. Allen, 1990), Love me (Love me, R . De Maria, 2005), for a night of love (for one night of love, V. Sindoni, 2008). .